• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Eric Eyberg

S&P Global

Vice President - Head of Global Gas, LNG, and Low Carbon Gas Consulting

Eric is Global Head of Gas, LNG, & Low Carbon Gas Consulting in S&P Global's Commodity Insights division and part of the Gas, Power & Climate Solutions leadership team. He has overall responsibility for accelerating growth in the practice and driving innovative solutions for Consulting clients working with Americas, EMEA and APAC regional teams. Known as a big picture, results-driven thought partner, Eric is an industry-recognized midstream, natural gas, and LNG expert and has delivered keynote speeches at dozens of conferences.  In senior commercial and strategy consulting roles, he has led hundreds of global natural gas, LNG, NGL and power commercial and strategy advisory engagements for C-level executives at many of the largest midstream and infrastructure companies, utilities, LNG developers, IOCs, NOCs, and PE firms. Prior to joining S&P Global, Eric worked for nearly 20 years in a variety of senior Consulting and commercial gas industry roles at Wood Mackenzie, McKinsey & Co. and Calpine. Eric holds an MBA from INSEAD and is fluent in Spanish and Portuguese.

Sessions With Eric Eyberg

Wednesday, 8 March

  • 07:15am - 08:20am (CST) / 08/mar/2023 01:15 pm - 08/mar/2023 02:20 pm

    Unlocking Latin American Natural Gas

    Gas & LNG
    The war in Ukraine opens a unique window of opportunity for Latin America gas and comes when markets are in varying stages of liberalization, complicating matters. Securing and diversifying gas supplies is a priority for leading global gas importers—Mexico, given its proximity and connectivity to abundant, low-cost U.S. gas, and Argentina with its significant Vaca Muerta gas resource base—can potentially play a key role. Meanwhile, Brazil’s continued gas market “deverticalization” combined with enormous pre-salt reserves under development are providing renewed growth opportunitiesfor the domestic gas industry. What conditions are necessary to encourage the massive investments needed in infrastructure, gas resource development and demand-side expansion? What are the roles of the private sector, the NOCs and governments?